List of Sim video games

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This is a complete list of Sim games, their expansion packs, and compilations. Most games were developed by Maxis and published either by Maxis (pre-1997 acquisition by Electronic Arts) or by Electronic Arts (post-1997). EA has also marketed and recruited companies to develop several games such as Bullfrog Productions, Firaxis Games, and Tilted Mill Entertainment under the Sim brand.

Maxis Sim games

Logo of the Sim series
Logo of the Sim series

The Sims 4 SimCity (2013 video game) SimCity Social The Sims Social The Sims Medieval MySims SkyHeroes MySims Agents SimAnimals Africa MySims Racing The Sims 3 MySims Party SimAnimals The Sims Carnival MySims Kingdom Spore (2008 video game) MySims SimCity Societies The Sims Stories The Sims 2 SimCity 4 The Sims Online The Sims (video game) SimCity 3000 SimSafari Streets of SimCity SimPark SimTunes SimCopter SimGolf SimTown SimIsle: Missions in the Rainforest SimHealth SimTower SimCity 2000 SimFarm SimLife SimAnt SimEarth SimCity (1989 video game)

SimCity series[edit]

Main article: SimCity

Compilation packs[edit]

The Sims series[edit]

Other Sim games[edit]

Compilation packs[edit]

  • Sim Mania (Released in 2000 for Windows, it includes SimCity, SimTower, SimIsle, SimCopter, Streets of SimCity and SimSafari.)
  • The Sim Collection (Released in 2003 for Windows, it includes SimTheme Park, The Sims, SimCity 3000 Unlimited and The Sims Online New & Improved.)
  • Sim Mania 2 (Released on March 19, 2003 for Windows, it includes SimCity 3000, SimTheme Park, SimCoaster and Sid Meier's SimGolf.)
  • Sim Mania 3 (Released on June 21, 2005 for Windows, it includes SimCopter, SimSafari, SimTheme Park, SimCity 3000 Unlimited, SimCoaster and Sid Meier's SimGolf.)

Canceled games[edit]

  • SimsVille - Cancelled almost at completion to focus efforts on The Sims 2 development.
  • SimMars - Same as above, however a reference and some sound effects was recycled into an arcade game in The Sims Vacation. The game was remade by fans as a complete total conversion mod for SimCity 4, and is in beta 3 phase.
  • MySims Social - (Via Unseen64) A game intended to launch on Facebook with Sims and SimCity Social, it never was completed.
  • The Urbz 2 - A game intended to surpass The Urbz: Sims In The City, and turn it into a spinoff sub series to The Sims, but the project went through Development Hell after the original game failed to sell to expectations. It was in development first at Maxis for the PlayStation 2, Nintendo Gamecube and Xbox, before being sent over to Electronic Arts Chicago in 2006, where it had some design changes such as being moved to next generation platforms PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii, but the project was cancelled when the studio closed on November 6, 2007, leaving the project incomplete and never released. Assets, logos and other content could be found on The Sims 2 for PlayStation 2's DVD with model viewers, as the game used the same source code and engine as The Urbz 2.[1]

Shutdown games[edit]

These games are shutdown and no longer possible to play:

Additionally, online modes for The Sims Bustin' Out and the PC version of MySims ceased August 1, 2008 and June 2011 respectively.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Urbz2".